The coronavirus outbreak remains a universal problem across Asia, but some of the ways countries are dealing with it are very unique.
The youth-led protests appear to have taken a page from Hong Kong's highly decentralized pro-democracy movement last year, one expert said.
A huge pandemic-related drop in tourists—and the food they have long handed out—has made Lopburi’s monkeys more belligerent than ever.
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It remains to be seen whether one US-based company can make waves of change in the hyper-competitive market.
After their gyms closed due to coronavirus, these instructors started selling the world's stinkiest fruit in Chiang Mai.
"It doesn't feel like a normal flu."
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Thailand became the fifth country refusing to dock the Westerdam, a luxury liner with 2,257 aboard.
With marijuana legalised for medical use in Thailand, Bangkok’s stoners are emerging from the underground.
Customers at the Bangkok restaurant complained when they found meat in their noodles.